Mignonette. Bedrooms. September 25th , 2017.
It’s after 9pm, and it’s that time that all parents dread at one stage in their lives. Bedtime. It sounds simple – and it can be easier, with the right night light as your little helper. Round, cutesy and shaped in the form of characters or animals, we’ve put together a list of the top fifty night lights we’d choose for our children. Keep a row of lit-shell tortoises, to entertain guests at your kids’ sleepover parties. Place a glowing elephant beside your child’s bed, gifting a friend they can safely cuddle to sleep. Help your son fight night monsters, with a Hulk or Batman light warding off evil. Help all of the household get to sleep faster, with our kids’ array of night lights.
It‘s time to spruce up your bedroom. Do you have an amazing idea in your head but don‘t know how to tie all the elements together? Or are you looking for inspiration? It doesn‘t matter what your motivations are. You want one thing, to make your bedroom look awesome. This is where wooden slats come in. This versatile design element can be used in any room, for any style. When creativity is unleashed, these simple objects are transformed into something truly remarkable. Don‘t believe us? We have 25 examples that prove our point, and will help you to make your bedroom a magnificent expression of your personal taste.
Monochromes are trending – but this is not the first time. Simple and classic, they add sophistication to any room, offering a suave style that is always in fashion. Meant for relaxation, there’s no better place for elegance to shine than the bedroom. These forty gorgeous black and white bedrooms show the stretch of the monochromatic theme. Whether white, minimalist and stencilled, or bold, luxurious and striking, all contain contrast and depth at its finest. Feature walls play with headboards, floating beds and patterned covers to produce the ideal zone for pampering and a good night’s sleep.
Floored on a newspaper rug, this charcoal-painted brick wall provides a strong background for an industrial palace. A low-lying futon and bevy of chandeliers add finishing touches. Pops of purple and blue rise against this feature wall. Clad in charcoal with lighter brown dripping through, it creates a cosy yet artistic feel amidst simple wooden shelving and wicker cane.
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